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Read on for practical tips and information to get you moving.
Eating a balanced amount of carbohydrate, fat and protein is important to play sports at your best. Following Canada’s Food Guide is a good first step to ensure you are getting the amount of carbohydrate, protein and fat you need. Read on to learn more about how carbohydrate, fat and protein can help you play sports at your best.
Staying well hydrated when playing sports helps you perform your best. Nothing satisfies thirst better than water, but what about sports drinks and other beverages? Read on to learn about how much fluid you need when playing sports and which fluids are the best to choose.
Sports drinks may help improve how well you perform a sport by replacing the nutrients that are lost in your muscles. Read on to learn more about sports drinks and if they could benefit you.
Vitamins and minerals play an important role in sport performance. Read on for more information about how iron, B vitamins, calcium, vitamin D and vitamins A, C and E help you to play sports at your best.
Confused about what to eat to make the most of your physical activity? Read on to separate fact from fiction when it comes to eating and exercise.
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